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$175,000 loan with 6% fixed apr over 15 years. How much would the payment be?

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    assuming monthly payments,

    M = Pr/(1 - 1/(1+r)^n)
    = 175000*.005/(1-1/(1.005)^(15*12))
    = 1476.75

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